Popular Fujifilm Articles for 2013
What good is a durable camera if it doesn’t take great images? Even if it only costs $200 at launch, the Fuji XPx170 should provide a bit more for the[...]
As far as point-and-shoots go, the Fuji Finepix F800 EXR is a “nice” device, according to the experts at DigitalCameraReview. Yes, it’s expensive and produces slightly soft images, but its[...]
With its retro styling and fixed lens design, the Fuji X100s is sure to be a hit. We love the camera's image quality and fast AF.
The Fuji X20 has provided us with sharp, clean imagery with very nice color representation. We are pleased. Take a look for yourself!
The Fuji HS50 EXR is a great option for those interested in a DSLR-type ultrazoom. It has 42x zoom, 16MP and a hybrid AF system.
Luxury and style collide to form the Fuji X100S and the X20. With souped-up sensors and fast lenses these cameras are headed for stardom.
Another lens is announced to give more options for Fuji X-series ILC users. The 10-24mm f/4 promises sharp, crisp imagery.
Available at the end of July, Fuji enthusiasts will have another camera to love--the X-M1, a compact interchangeable lens camera.
With all this new technology at her fingertips, what does the Editor of DigitalCameraReview have in her camera bag?
The T550 is a pocket friendly ultra-compact camera that features a 12x Zoom, Optical Image Stabilization, and a multitude of art and effects filters.
Today Fuji unveiled 5 new models to their already impressive lineup of cameras: the F900EXR, F850EXR, S6800, S4800, and JX680.
It's big on features and small on size! Inside the small frame is housed 16 megapixels, a 20x zoom and ISO sensitivities up to 12,800.
Today Fuji announced their XF55-200mm lens for their X-Series ILCs. They also released a roadmap of future lenses, plus firmware updates.
New lens features super fast, wide angle lens for low light photography and more.
New X-E2 features 16.3 MP, fast AF, lens modulation optimizer and Wi-Fi.
Fuji's newest rugged camera can survive a drop, handle the cold and dive with the best of them. Fuji's new ultrazoom has a 44x zoom lens and has Wi-Fi.
The Fuji XQ1 features a fast F1.8 4x zoom lens, 2/3" X-Trans CMOS II sensor and speedy AF speeds.
Want to get your hands on the new 32mm f/1.8 and 12mm f/2.8 lenses from Zeiss? Now you can, but you will need a chunk of change first.
In the mood to win a Fujifilm X-M1? It's simple. Find out here how to do it.
Today Fuji announced their flagship camera, the HS50EXR at CES 2013. The feature that tops the list is a 1/2 inch EXR CMOS sensor with phase detection.